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Background Biodiversity is essential to agriculture and human well-being, but it is declining at an unprecedented rate. Depending on the context and land use history, livestock is either a major threat for biodiversity or necessary to maintain ecosystems. Despite the strong relationship...
Launched in July 2012 with the goal of improving the environmental performance of livestock supply chains, the Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance Partnership (FAO LEAP) presents the third phase of this multi-stakeholder initiative: LEAP3. In the past years, the LEAP Partnership...
The Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership announces the launch of LEAP3, the LEAP work programme 2019–2021, which aims to consolidate the current guidance through road testing, dissemination of LEAP guidelines, and development and harmonization of tools...
Today the Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) Partnership launched the public review of the FAO LEAP guidelines on biodiversity assessments and on feed additives in livestock supply chains. The public review starting on 24 July and ending on 24 September...
The Technical Advisory Group (TAG) for water use has been working diligently to develop the guidelines on water footprinting for livestock supply chains. The mandate of the TAG was to i) provide recommendations to monitor the environmental performance of feed...
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